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Coincheck takes away from your listing XMR, DASH, ZEC, REP

Coincheck takes away from your listing XMR, DASH, ZEC, REP

According to reports, Coincheck is going to remove from your listing the most popular anonymous cryptocurrency: monero (XMR), zcash for (ZEC), dash (dash), and the token Augur (REP). Representatives of the exchange said that: Cryptocurrencies including XMR, ZEC, DASH and REP, which will be located on the balance sheets at the time of delisting, will… More

Coincheck buy over the billions of yen

Coincheck buy over the billions of yen

As reported by Nikkei Asian Review, citing unnamed sources, the Japanese company-financial services company Monex has offered to buy a controlling stake cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck. It is expected that this will be a deal worth “billions of yen”. According to Nikkei, the stock exchange Coincheck, which became the target of major hacker attacks on 26… More

Coincheck: NEM Foundation ceased to track the stolen funds

Coincheck: NEM Foundation ceased to track the stolen funds

According to NHK World all coins NEM (XEM) stolen from Japan’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges have been withdrawn from the account hackers. January 26, hackers stole $ 530 million in cryptocurrency NEM after hacking cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck. As of February 1, NEM Foundation found out that the hackers transferred stolen funds NEM at different addresses, but… More

Coincheck has decided to delist three cryptocurrency

Coincheck has decided to delist three cryptocurrency

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck will cease to serve the bidding at three anonymous cryptocurrencies: Monero, Dash and zcash for. The decision was made on the background of the January break-in when it was stolen tokens NEM in the amount of $ 534 million These crypto-currencies will be bought from customers Coincheck at a fixed price…. More

Coincheck begins to pay compensation to victims of hacker attacks

Coincheck begins to pay compensation to victims of hacker attacks

Japanese exchange Coincheck today begins payments to victims who lost their funds in case of a hacker attack. The message in his blog of March 12, Coincheck has stated that it will reimburse stolen NEM at the rate 88,549 (in Japanese yen or 0.83 U.S. dollar), as indicated indicated in its original payment plan. Compensation… More

Stolen from Coincheck tokens NEM discovered on stock exchanges in Canada and Japan. Law enforcement agencies informed

Stolen from Coincheck tokens NEM discovered on stock exchanges in Canada and Japan. Law enforcement agencies informed

Researchers from the Blockchain Intelligence Group Inc. (BIG) tracked some tokens NEM (XEM), abducted on 26 January as a result of hacking Coincheck. According to a press release from the team’s BIG March 1, coins found on crypto-currency exchange Vancouver, Canada. Today, March 2, the newspaper of the Central Committee of the Communist party of… More

Users Coincheck lifted $ 373 million from their deposits in just a day

Users Coincheck lifted $ 373 million from their deposits in just a day

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, a breach of which was stolen more than 500 million dollars, yesterday reopened the opportunity for the user withdrawal of deposits in Jena. According to the application of the company, shortly after Coincheck partially resumed operations, users took to 40.1 billion yen (about 373 million U.S. dollars). Such a large amount… More

Cryptocurrency traders are suing exchange Coincheck

Cryptocurrency traders are suing exchange Coincheck

A group of cryptocurrency traders, consisting of 10 people, announced that on Thursday, February 15 will sue the exchange Coincheck Inc. From the words of the attorney representing the plaintiffs, the reason for the motion was denied by the exchange on withdrawals to external wallets, after stealing $ 530 million in the form of digital… More